Phenols Removal from Wastewater

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When refineries purify crude oil to be used in products, such as gasoline and diesel fuel, the raw crude oil has many contaminants that need to be removed such as ammonia and phenols. During the washing cycle, these phenols are removed from the crude oil and become attached to the water. Before the water can be discharged to the environment, the phenols must be removed and destroyed.

SAMCO uses a proprietary resin technology to absorb the phenols from the water, then, after the media is saturated with phenols, a regeneration process takes place to remove the phenols from the media and concentrate it into a liquid form for disposal.

  • Competing technologies are very expensive and generate a lot of secondary waste
  • This product is very efficient
  • Operating costs are low  
  • It doesn’t generate secondary waste
  • Small footprint

To see if SAMCO might be able to help you efficiently and cleanly remove phenols from your wastewater, contact us today to speak with an engineer.